DRACUT — Every year more than 1.6 million high-school juniors from across the United States take the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test, or PSAT. Among all those who took the PSAT, the highest-scoring 50,000 students are recognized for their achievement.
This year, two Dracut High School students earned the high distinction. Randy Lee and Jennifer McIntosh, now seniors, each received a certificate for earning the status of commended student.
Randy plans to attend Cornell University next dall, and Jennifer McIntosh is planning to attend Brown University.